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[audio]Infinitive Script - Michaela Morrow, Emily Garner
Infinitives
Keywords: Infinitive; Infinitive phrases
Downloads: 3
[audio]Infinitive Script
Infinitives
Keywords: Infinitive; Infinitive phrases
Downloads: 3
[texts]The infinitive construction in Livy.. - Canter, H. V. (Howard Vernon), 1873-
Thesis (Ph. D.) - Johns Hopkins University
Keywords: Livy; Latin language -- Infinitive
Downloads: 204
[texts]Die Syntax des Hesiodeischen Infinitivs, mit stetem vergleichenden Rückblick auf Homer [microform] - Steinacher, Johann
Includes bibliographical references
Keywords: Hesiod; Greek language -- Infinitive
Downloads: 341
[texts]The use of the infinitive in Biblical Greek - Votaw, Clyde Weber, 1864-1946
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Chicago
Keywords: Greek language, Biblical -- Infinitive
Downloads: 574
[texts]The accusative with infinitive, and some kindred constructions in English - Zeitlin, Jacob, 1883-1937
Bibliography: p. 169-177
Keywords: English language -- Infinitive
Downloads: 496
[texts]-ING; -TO; GERUND ENGLISH VERBS
GRAMATICAL QUESTIONS FOR ADVANCED ENGLISH SPEAKERS
Keywords: VERBS; ENGLISH; GRAMMAR; INFINITIVE
Downloads: 580 (1 review)
[texts]Die doppelpräpositionalen Infinitive im Deutschen - Göransson, Carl Ernst
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Keywords: German language -- Infinitive
Downloads: 1,191
[texts]The infinitive in Polybius compared with the infinitive in Biblical Greek - Allen, Hamilton Ford, 1867-1929
Bibliography: p. 9-18
Keywords: Polybius; Greek language, Biblical -- Infinitive; Greek language -- Infinitive
Downloads: 585
[texts]Der Gebrauch des Infinitivs in Xenophons Anabasis [microform] - Tetzner, Robert
Includes bibliographical references
Keywords: Xenophon; Greek language -- Grammar; Greek language -- Infinitive
Downloads: 347
[texts]Über die verbalnominale Doppelnatur der hebräischen Participien und Infinitive und ihre darauf beruhende verschiedene Konstruktion [microform] - Kahan, J
Thesis (Ph. D.)--Universität Leipzig, [1889]
Keywords: Hebrew language -- Verb; Hebrew language -- Infinitive
Downloads: 432
[texts]De usu atque natura Infinitivi histrici apud Latinos [microform] : commentatio grammatica - Müller, H. L. O
Microfilm
Keywords: Latin language -- Grammar; Latin language -- Infinitive
Downloads: 493
[texts]De infinitivi cum articulo conjuncti usu Thucydideo [microform] - Reinhardt, Reinhold
Includes bibliographical references
Keywords: Thucydides; Greek language -- Grammar; Greek language -- Infinitive
Downloads: 614
[texts]Infinitive constructions in old Spanish - Beardsley, Wilfred Attwood, 1889-1959
Bibliography: p. 265-267
Keywords: Spanish language -- To 1500; Spanish language -- Infinitive
Downloads: 1,001
[texts]Infinite constructions in old spanish - Beardsley, Wilfred Attwood, 1889-1959

Keywords: Spanish language -- Infinitive; Spanish language -- To 1500
Downloads: 328
[texts]La construction moderne de l'infinitif dit sujet logique en français; étude de syntaxe historique - Kjellman, Hilding, 1885-
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Keywords: French language -- Infinitive; French language -- Syntax
Downloads: 395
[texts]Studia Terentiana [microform] - Vallquist, Carl
Includes bibliographical references
Keywords: Terence; Latin language -- Grammar; Latin language -- Infinitive
Downloads: 494
[texts]The infinitive, the gerund and the participles of the English verb - Poutsma, Hendrik, 1856-1937
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Keywords: English language -- Gerund; English language -- Infinitive; English language -- Participle
Downloads: 4,254
[texts]The infinitive in Anglo-Saxon - Callaway, Morgan, 1862-1936
Bibliography: p. 322-334
Keywords: English language -- Old English, ca. 450-1100 Infinitive
Downloads: 616
[texts]Der Infinitivus bei Ovid. [microform] : Ein kleiner Beitrag zur Syntax dieses Dichters - Trillhaas, E
Microfilm
Keywords: Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D; Latin language -- Infinitive; Latin language -- Grammar
Downloads: 511
[image]Eveyone can understand Modal Verbs! What are model verbs? Model verbs are also called auxiliary verbs, helping verbs and model auxiliaries. Model verbs are not complete verbs, and they can only be used with a verb. The usage of model verbs: Model verbs stay in the base form - bare infinitive - the bare infinitive is the infinitive without "to" before the verb. The following model verbs are used to with the present tense: can, will, shall, ought to, must, need, may The following model verbs are used in the past tense: would, should, could, might Model verbs are used to answer questions in the short form yes, I do. yes, we can. No, I don't. Model verbs can be used as part of the grammar structure of the sentence, such as when used with the perfect tenses. When are model verbs used: Prediction - Will and Shall Will and shall can be used to state predict that an event or an action will take place or will occur The model verbs can used to make a prediction a - Eveyone can understand Modal Verbs! What are model verbs? Model verbs are also called auxiliary verbs, helping verbs and model auxiliaries. Model verbs are not complete verbs, and they can only be used with a verb. The usage of model verbs: Model verbs stay in the base form - bare infinitive - the bare infinitive is the infinitive without "to" before the verb. The following model verbs are used to with the present tense: can, will, shall, ought to, must, need, may The following model verbs are used in the past tense: would, should, could, might Model verbs are used to answer questions in the short form yes, I do. yes, we can. No, I don't. Model verbs can be used as part of the grammar structure of the sentence, such as when used with the perfect tenses. When are model verbs used: Prediction - Will and Shall Will and shall can be used to state predict that an event or an action will take place or will occur The model verbs can used to make a prediction a
Eveyone can understand Modal Verbs! What are model verbs? Model verbs are also called auxiliary verbs, helping verbs and model auxiliaries. Model verbs are not complete verbs, and they can only be used with a verb. The usage of model verbs: Model verbs stay in the base form - bare infinitive - the bare infinitive is the infinitive without "to" before the verb. The following model verbs are used to with the present tense: can, will, shall, ought to, must, need, may The following model verbs are u...
Keywords: Eveyone can understand Modal Verbs! What are model verbs? Model verbs are also called auxiliary verbs; helping verbs and model auxiliaries. Model verbs are not complete verbs; and they can only be used with a verb. The usage of model verbs: Model verbs stay in the base form - bare infinitive - the bare infinitive is the infinitive without to before the verb. The following model verbs are used to with the present tense: can; will; shall; ought to; must; need; may The following model verbs are used in the past tense: would; should; could; might Model verbs are used to answer questions in the short form yes; I do. yes; we can. No; I don't. Model verbs can be used as part of the grammar structure of the sentence; such as when used with the perfect tenses. When are model verbs used: Prediction - Will and Shall Will and shall can be used to state predict that an event or an action will take place or will occur The model verbs can used to make a prediction a
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